Being the proud owner of many many many Apple products- people have called me a MacHead for over 20 years. The idea of OS X for the PC really got the fanboy in my blood boiling... It was almost like, how could you put something so beautiful onto something so ugly? Surely, it would be a stupid move by Apple. People would stop buying Macs. A threat to our community's national security... But then a certain special interest group opened my eyes... I acquired one of these little Micro PC's from Sony and I was messing around with it in a cafe. Turns out that owners of these little computers have their own little community too. This guy pulls up a chair like he's known me his whole life and says "check this out" and shoves this in my face: Say it isn't so! My brain nearly had a Kernal Panic. That was 6 months ago. Today I own 6 Mac portables, 4 Mac desktops, 5 iPhones, about a dozen iPods and my SONY UX running Tiger. Looking back, I remember the Apple community thought iPod for PC was a threat to the Apple, but it turned out to be the greatest move for iPod sales in history. To that, I say give them Tiger. Really, would it harm Apple Hardware sales to release previous versions of OS X for PC? Would it not serve as a gateway to buying a Mac? Maybe I'm totally off, but I don't see the harm in it.